PICTURES: Adventurers earn stamps to meet Santa at Clevedon Pride Christmas fair

PUBLISHED: 17:00 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 17:31 05 December 2017

Kirsty Dillow and Sasha Warwick from Tescos.

Kirsty Dillow and Sasha Warwick from Tescos.


The centre of Clevedon was transformed into a winter wonderland at the weekend.

Clevedon Baptist Church Destination Bethlehem.Clevedon Baptist Church Destination Bethlehem.

Clevedon Pride Adventure To Santa saw Queens Square was decked out in festive cheer to offer children the chance to earn a visit to Santa’s grotto.

It was the charity’s 10th Christmas fair and it certainly didn’t disappoint as youngsters visited various locations to complete challenges to earn a stamp on a passport.

Sandy Hill, Hannah Legge and Carol Franklin.Sandy Hill, Hannah Legge and Carol Franklin.

Stamps were available at lands including Reindeer Ranch, Present Place, Snowy Square and Tinsel Town.

If adventurers earned a stamp at each, they were able to visit Santa in his grotto set up in Theatre Shop.

Knucky and Thor with snowlady Christine Rockcliffe.Knucky and Thor with snowlady Christine Rockcliffe.

Other attractions on the day included fairground rides, a bouncy castle and a variety of stalls.

Money raised will go to Clevedon Pride’s community projects.

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